Be all smiles after a panoramic photo session at the Burj Al Arab, the world’s tallest and only seven star hotel. Visit the Jumeirah Mosque, a magnificent architectural landmark where people from all faiths are welcome.
The Emirates Towers with its soaring structure against the Dubai skyline will leave you spellbound and so will a ride to the historic Dubai Creek. Dubai Museum offers a captivating insight of the city in the pre-oil days when the pearling industry was the dominant trade; the textile markets nearby is a reminder of the busy days of the past.
Hop on an abra (water taxi) and delight in the authentic feel of the Creek, until the invigorating exotic aromas of the spice souq and the million-dollar glitter of the largest gold souq in the world dazzle you all over again.